|Richard Seaby, BSc. PhD.|
Richard is the managing director of PISCES. He obtained his degree from the University of London and doctorate in freshwater ecology from the University of Liverpool. He is a specialist in aquatic ecology and Windows programming for ecological applications. Much of his ecological work in recent years has been on the effect of industrial plant on marine fisheries.
|Peter Henderson, BSc. PhD.
Peter obtained both Bachelor's and doctoral degrees from Imperial College, London. He has many years' experience in applied ecological research, and lectures in population ecology and ecological methods at the University of Oxford. He has recently co-authored the book Ecological Methods with Prof. Sir Richard Southwood, reviewed here, and is a specialist in population dynamics and tropical and temperate crustacean and fish ecology. Peter has worked extensively on the conservation of wetlands.
|Claire Henderson, BSc. PhD.|
Claire obtained her Bachelor's and doctoral degrees from Imperial and Queen Elizabeth Colleges, London. She specialised in ecological energetics, but at PISCES works mainly on the development and publishing of new e-books, and the analysis of aquatic samples.
Robin trained as an illustrator, but has subsequently worked for many years in ecological surveying and fish deterrence. Robin runs our websites and works on software development and e-books, as well as handling software sales, and the design of our brochures, CDs and packaging. In the field, he specialises in fish, benthic and lagoonal invertebrate surveys, and electric fishing.
|Mark Cox - firstname.lastname@example.org|
Mark's background in many aspects of construction and maintenance keeps him busy and in demand. He is responsible for designing and building much of our sampling equipment, and planning and coordination on site, as well as being a veteran of fish and plankton surveys and boat work. A keen fisherman in his spare time.